No, you are confusing the second admendment with the first. Though they do go hand in hand.
I think it goes for about $35 a bottle.
Sure it will if we go Nuclear. Project Orion or Nuclear Thermal (ie Nuclear Light Bub). The Lightbulb gives you both a rocket engine and a power station.
Skynet has to come into being somehow.
Could it be that those that use G+ don't allow ads/cookies/widgets et cetera to track them?
It is called build up your damn infrastructure. Stop taking our money and using it to give the excutives bonuses, and start investing in infrastructure. They get gobs of tax breaks and straight up funding to build infrastructure.
Now they have the gall to complain about folks actually using the unlimited data plan they get sold, because they have not properly built up their infrastructure. Fuck them. Fuck them in the skull.
If I rot13 Chinese in the latin alphabet, and used that to keep notes in a diary, would I have to decrypt that for the police? Why is doing it on a computer any different?
I support the right of women to choose an abortion. I also support the death penalty. I consider only supporting one of those two positions to be hypocritical.
Hmm, actually it does. Not often, but it does happen. And then there is the whole issue of chloroplasts and mitochondria were once bacteria, and well...
You were misinformed. Cars can use E85 (often referred to as FlexFuel) but do not require it. I have a a car than can take E85, but unless it is about 50 cents a gallon cheaper than gas, I do not bother.
All the E85 sticker on the car means is that the fuel lines are designed not to dissolve with the higher ethanol percentage. If you did not mind replacing the fuel lines and a few other parts when they dissolved away, you could run E85 in a standard car and engine.
I think the more important question is if Ethanol will produce a less net CO2 emissions than gasoline.
Turning off Broadcast SSID is like locking the screen door. It does nothing to prevent unauthorized folks from entering, and it hinders many authorized folks.
It sure changes the available bandwidth. SSH will use less bandwidth than say RDP or VNC. A GUI also uses more resources on the server. Say what you want, it is dumb to unnecessarily run a GUI.
Seriously, this is a non-issue in the Unix world. There are a number of ways to handle from log files, curses, ssl web pages, et cetera.
Hmm, 20 years- length of a patent. I wonder if there is a correlation.